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  • Price of hip surgery varies from $17,000 to $46,000 in L.A.

    Price of hip surgery varies from $17,000 to $46,000 in L.A.
    Hospital prices for routine knee and hip replacement surgeries vary by tens of thousands of dollars in cities across California and nationwide, a new insurance industry report shows. The Los Angeles and Long Beach market, for instance, had one of the...
  • CalPERS President Rob Feckner is reelected to 11th term

    CalPERS President Rob Feckner is reelected to 11th term
    Board members of CalPERS, the country's largest public pension fund, Tuesday reelected labor leader Rob Feckner to an 11th one-year term as president. Rob Feckner, 57, has worked for the Napa Unified School District for 38 years, starting as a bus...
  • Ex-CalPERS official Villalobos commits suicide

    Ex-CalPERS official Villalobos commits suicide
    A former state pension board member at the center of a long-running influence-peddling scandal that rocked state government committed suicide Tuesday, just weeks before the start of his federal trial on bribery and fraud charges. Police in Reno...
  • Alfred J.R. Villalobos, key figure in CalPERS scandal, commits suicide

    Alfred J.R. Villalobos, key figure in CalPERS scandal, commits suicide
    Alfred J.R. Villalobos, a former state pension fund board member who faced trial next month on federal corruption and bribery charges, has committed suicide, officials said Wednesday. The Reno Police Department confirmed that Villalobos' death was a...
  • CalPERS posts 18.4% return on investments in 2014 fiscal year

    Amid concern over soaring retiree costs, the state's nearly $300-billion public pension fund issued an annual report that showed solid investment gains. The report released Tuesday by the California Public Employees' Retirement System showed an...
  • Ex-CalPERS official facing fraud charges said to be too sick to come to court

    A former state pension fund board member, awaiting trial next month on federal fraud, bribery and other criminal charges, is too sick to come to court, his lawyer said Monday. Alfred J.R. Villalobos, 71, of Reno was a central figure in an influence-...
  • Retired Costa Mesa police chief takes No. 2 job at Port of L.A. force

    Retired Costa Mesa police chief takes No. 2 job at Port of L.A. force
    The deputy police chief for the Port of Los Angeles — whose first day on the job was Monday — will earn more than $350,000 a year by collecting a pension on top of his new salary. Tom Gazsi retired as police chief in Costa Mesa on Sunday and...
  • Council OKs executive pay increase

    The city of Burbank is giving a raise to its 11 department managers and two of its elected officials, but it’s also asking them to pitch in more for their state retirement benefits. Last week, the Burbank City Council unanimously approved a...
  • Police chief's pension is near $185,000, Costa Mesa officials say

    Police chief's pension is near $185,000, Costa Mesa officials say
    Costa Mesa's outgoing police chief will receive an annual pension of about $185,000 on top of a $167,812 salary when he starts a new job at the Port of Los Angeles, city officials said. Chief Tom Gazsi is retiring from the Costa Mesa Police Department...
  • Venezia: Gazsi's motivation to move on becomes clear

    When the news hit that Costa Mesa Police Chief Tom Gazsi was retiring and had accepted a job as deputy chief over field operations and emergency management at the Port of Los Angeles, I was happy for him, yet sorry to see him go. But I get it. The...
  • Newport council to consider faster pension payoff

    The Newport Beach City Council will consider a plan Tuesday night to more quickly fund employee pensions. Instead of rolling forward the unfunded pension liability — the difference between the amount the city will owe in retirement benefits and...